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Peace ‘nearly impossible’ as long as West supports Syria rebels

In the fresh bid to give Syria’s peace efforts a breath of life, the new international envoy will head to the country in the next few days. Lahdar Brahimi admits his mission has deep challenges, with fighting on the ground reaching fresh levels of cruelty every day. Most recently, activists linked to the opposition have […]

Syria No-Flee Zone: 100,000 seek refuge as Turkey closes camps

In Syria, the ongoing bloodshed is provoking a large-scale humanitarian crisis. The UN says around 100-thousand escaped the conflict last month – the largest number so far. Most of the escapees are now in Turkey, but the authorities have closed the border to those with no passports, as the camps swelled by more than 80 […]

‘Nightmare if West invades Syria’

Read script RT speaks to the director and founder of the European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center, Claude Moniquet about the Arab Spring and terrorism in the Middle East and Europe. RT LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Google+ RT […]

‘US plots to isolate Iran fail as 120 nations attend NAM summit’

The Syrian delegation has walked out on a session of the Non-Aligned movement in Tehran after Egyptian leader Mohammed Morsi called the Syrian regime “oppressive”. In his speech, Morsi added that Assad’s government had lost its legitimacy, and urged attending nations to support the rebels. Anti-war activist Sara Flounders says Morsi is trying to do […]

‘I saw rebels beheading men for religion’ – Syrian cleric

RT talks to mother Agnes Mariam, founder of monastery in Qara in Syria and witnessed what the people went through when the first sparks of trouble ignited the war. RT LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Google+ RT (Russia Today) is […]

‘Morsi slams Assad at NAM summit at US bidding’

The Syrian delegation has walked out on a session of the Non-Aligned movement in Tehran. They were angered at a speech by Egyptian leader Mohammed Morsi, who called President Assad’s regime oppressive. Syria’s foreign minister said the comments amounted to inciting further violence in the country. RT spoke to journalist and broadcaster Neil Clark, who […]

Saved to Struggle: ‘Slow death’ for Syria refugees in Jordan camp

Jordanian security forces at a massive refugee camp on the border with Syria are on high alert after 200 refugees turned on the guards over the camp’s conditions. And as Paula Slier reports dealing with the immense influx of refugees is far beyond what Jordan can handle. RT LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like […]

Syria proxy war: ‘Back to good old colonial games’

Paris has made its latest move in the political gambit over the Syrian crisis. French President Francois Hollande has called on Syria’s opposition to form a provisional government, saying France won’t hesitate to recognise it. Our correspondent Tesa Arcilla reports on what this means for the conflict. RT LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like […]

Timely Massacre? ‘Aim to make Russia & China change stance on Syria’

Activists have accused Syrian security forces of killing more than 300 people in the town of Daraya, near the capital. The government says it carried out an anti-terror operation in the area. Britain responded to the alleged massacre, arguing that it highlighted the urgent need for international action against Assad. RT LIVE Subscribe to […]

‘Unbridled Hypocrisy?’ Panetta flies no-fly zone flag over Syria, blasts Iran

US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has accused Iran of training pro-regime militia in Syria. Washington also warned that ‘Tehran’s presence could aggravate the situation on the ground’. Eric Draitser, geopolitical analyst for Stop says Washington’s latest rhetoric once again reveals its double-standard policy towards Syria. RT LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like us […]